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Decision on the Prosecutor’s Second Request to Postpone the Confirmation Hearing and Requests for Variation of Disclosure Related Time Limits | International Criminal Court Aller au contenu principal Trying individuals for genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity, and aggression EN FR Main navigation Accueil À propos La Cour Organisation La Présidence Les Chambres Le Bureau du Procureur La Défense Les victimes Les témoins Le Greffe Les États parties La coopération La sensibilisation Le Fonds au profit des victimes Bureau du Procureur Situations et affaires Les affaires Les défendants Enquêtes Ouganda République démocratique du Congo Darfour, Soudan République centrafricaine Kenya Libye Côte d'Ivoire Mali République centrafricaine II Géorgie Burundi Bangladesh/Myanmar Afghanistan État de Palestine Philippines Vénézuela I Ukraine Examens préliminaires Nigéria Vénézuela II ... ... Nouvelles Documents Documents publics ​Documents publics​ et transcriptions Jugements, Arrêts, décisions et ordonnances Questions hors situations Textes juridiques fondamentaux Rapports Fiches d'information Journal officiel Textes administratifs Bibliothèque des ressources Bibliothèque Outils juridques Informations pratiques Calendrier des audiences Nous contacter Visiter la Cour Fournisseurs S’impliquer #LaJusticeCompte #1MondePlusJuste #AccèsÀLaJustice #ODD16 Partager des récits Ressources Diplomates Universitaires at chercheurs Juristes et conseils Médias La société civile Enseignants et élèves du niveau secondaire Postes vacants Recherche Fil d'Ariane Home Court Record Icc 02 05 01 Decision on the Prosecutor’s Second Request to Postpone the Confirmation Hearing and Requests for Variation of Disclosure Related Time Limits Decision on the Prosecutor’s Second Request to Postpone the Confirmation Hearing and Requests for Variation of Disclosure Related Time Limits ICC-02/05-01/20-238 18 Décembre 2020 | Chambre préliminaire II | Décision Affaire: Le Procureur c. (...) Signaler une erreur Social Media Links Twitter Facebook Instagram Youtube Flickr Tumblr À propos La Cour Comment fonctionne la Cour Organisation États parties La coopération Sensibilisation Le Fonds au profit des victimes Situations et affaires Affaires Défendants Enquêtes Examens préliminaires Documents Textes juridiques fondamentaux Rapports Fiches d'information Journal Officiel Textes Administratifs Bibliothèque des ressources Bibliothèque Tous les enregistrements Arrêts, décision et ordonnance Informations pratiques Postes vacant Calendrier des audiences Nous contacter Visiter la Cour Fournisseurs S’impliquer Footer menu Conditions d'utilisation Confidentialité de l'information
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Score: 915693.5 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/fr/court-record/icc-02/05-01/20-238
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Decision on urgent motion requesting temporary variation of conditions of provisional release UNITED NATIONS IT- ott .. e4 - A A lo~6 - A Ao~.3 o .{ ::J:> Ii C & ,..,.1.J E R. ~ 0 0 ...! (...) RAMUSH HARADINAJ IDRIZBALAJ LAHI BRAHIMAJ PUBLIC Original: English DECISION ON URGENT MOTION REQUESTING TEMPORARY VARIATION OF CONDITIONS OF PROVISIONAL RELEASE The Office of the Prosecutor Mr. (...) IT-04-84-A 2 1 December 2009 CONSIDERING that the deceased passed away in a sudden unfortunate accident in another country and arrangements for transportation to the location of the funeral in Kosovo are still underway, wherefore the Applicant indicates that the funeral is tentatively scheduled for I December 2009 but that this is subject to change owing to "necessary formalities,,;4 CONSIDERING, therefore, that the Applicant's request for a temporary variation of the conditions of his provisional release is not fixed for I December 2009, but is predicated on the actual date of the funeral, which is yet to be confirmed; CONSIDERING the Applicant's submission that his attendance at the funeral is not only important to him personally, but having served more than two-thirds of his sentence, it is also important to facilitate his reintegration into the community when he is finally released; 5 CONSIDERING that the EULEX has no objection to the request by the Applicant and "stands ready to provide an appropriate escort to facilitate Mr.
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Score: 915280.1 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/haradinaj/tdec/en/091201.pdf
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Living Language - evolution SDL-76, SDL-84, SDL-88, SDL-92, SDL-2000 Why not UML 2.x Not adequate for executable models Syntax and semantic variations Why not SDL-2000 Not fully implemented Over complex Outstanding feature requests UML 2 support Geneva, 15 September 2008 International Telecommunication Union Evolution of SDL SDL-76 Basic process graphics SDL-84 Interaction and processes SDL-88 Formally defined SDL-92 Object orientation (types) SDL-2000 Type based + data extended UML 1.4 support with Z.109 (11/99) SDL-2008 Simplified & improved (?) Z.109 (06/07) rewritten for UML 2.x Geneva, 15 September 2008 International Telecommunication Union UML2 completeness To use the UML2 Superstructure needs The notation to be fully defined; Binding of notation to the metamodel; Binding of semantic variation points. A “Semantic Variation Point” section explicitly identifies the areas where the semantics are intentionally under specified to provide leeway for domain-specific refinements of the general UML semantics (e.g., by using stereotypes and profiles). (...) Geneva, 15 September 2008 International Telecommunication Union UML2 semantic variation Some examples of the many semantic variations: Compatibility of Redefined & Redefining elements Determining method invoked by call operation Ordering of the events in the input pool Many (not all) associated with action semantics The variation points are resolved by: Using a particular tool (in a particular configuration) Applying a profile that binds the variations Execution requires the variations to be bound Geneva, 15 September 2008 International Telecommunication Union UML action language Concrete syntax from outside UML Binding defines how objects behave Libraries from ‘host’ language Executable UML and SDL-2000* Z.109 = SDL-2000* action semantics • to be updated to SDL-2008 Geneva, 15 September 2008 International Telecommunication Union Objectives for SDL-2008 Better alignment with UML 2 Clearly identified levels: basic, comprehensive, extra syntax + annotation Include missed requirements Flexible data notation (native, C, Java …) Simplify (where possible) Exclude unused features Keep ‘backwards compatible’ Tool/language reference alignment Geneva, 15 September 2008 International Telecommunication Union Alignment with UML Unicode names Lower bound on agent sets Signals for remotes on gates Input via a specific gate Time supervised states Synonym as read only variable Abstract grammar for loops Geneva, 15 September 2008 International Telecommunication Union Restructuring the Recs.
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Score: 915240.9 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../06/18/T06180000010011PDFE.pdf
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SELECTION OF POPLARS AND WILLOWS FOR PHYTOREMEDIATION OF NITRATE “Given the broad range in height and diameter among genotypes and the ability to select better clones within this variation, our findings suggest that … selection … was favorable … based on the geographic location and soil conditions of the site.” - Zalesny et al. (2019) Key Points  Poplar and willow clones exhibit broad variation in growth and survival when grown on nitrate- contaminated soils  System success can be maximized by selecting genotypes for site conditions Environmental and Ecosystem Services Working Party (WP5) 1 Rationale Groundwater nitrate (NO3 -) contamination is exacerbated in the Midwestern United States due to agricultural operations and physical characteristics of the land (e.g., tile drainage). (...) Contaminants that have been targeted by willow-based phytoremediation systems are also varied, and include wastewater sludge, cadmium, and dairy-farm effluent, to name a few [2]. Poplars and willows are ideal for phytoremediation; both are able to produce large amounts of biomass when grown on marginal lands, and have elevated hydraulic control potential. These traits can vary extensively among clones, however, and careful clonal selection based on field conditions and site objectives is necessary for effective remediation.
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Score: 913545.5 - https://www.fao.org/3/cb4282en/cb4282en.pdf
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SELECTION OF POPLARS AND WILLOWS FOR PHYTOREMEDIATION OF NITRATE “Given the broad range in height and diameter among genotypes and the ability to select better clones within this variation, our findings suggest that … selection … was favorable … based on the geographic location and soil conditions of the site.” - Zalesny et al. (2019) Key Points  Poplar and willow clones exhibit broad variation in growth and survival when grown on nitrate- contaminated soils  System success can be maximized by selecting genotypes for site conditions Environmental and Ecosystem Services Working Party (WP5) 1 Rationale Groundwater nitrate (NO3 -) contamination is exacerbated in the Midwestern United States due to agricultural operations and physical characteristics of the land (e.g., tile drainage). (...) Contaminants that have been targeted by willow-based phytoremediation systems are also varied, and include wastewater sludge, cadmium, and dairy-farm effluent, to name a few [2]. Poplars and willows are ideal for phytoremediation; both are able to produce large amounts of biomass when grown on marginal lands, and have elevated hydraulic control potential. These traits can vary extensively among clones, however, and careful clonal selection based on field conditions and site objectives is necessary for effective remediation.
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Score: 913545.5 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/4...f43bb3e70215c91fe80aa30710.pdf
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Based on this analysis, the Group concluded that a large proportion of the residue variability at harvest could be explained by variation in residues at 'zero-days' (assumed to be largely unaffected by pre-harvest climatic conditions). (...) ENV/JM/PEST(2002)15 17 6 PHASE 2: PRE-HARVEST CLIMATIC CONDITIONS Subsequently the Group discussed the idea that a given crop requires certain climatic conditions to grow, irrespective of location. (...) The median percentage explained was 40%. The variation explained by pre-harvest climatic conditions in addition to application factors was less than 25% in all but three groups of trials, and the highest percentage explained by climate was 45%.
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Score: 912028.8 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...s/JMPR/ENV-JM-PEST-2002-15.pdf
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It is possible that the amber was close in volume to the Roman amphora of 6 gallons, but these early measures are not known to any level of accuracy and some of them varied with the product being measured. The English sys- tem of weights and measures was influenced greatly by the Romans and, through them, the Greeks. (...) During calibration, the stan- dard input is varied to the readability of the unit under calibration. (...) Precision: The closeness of the agreement between the results of successive measurements of the same measurand carried out under the same conditions of measurement. Precision is also called repeatability.
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Score: 909288.1 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...surement_and_calibration_0.pdf
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Don’t Look Away: No place for exclusion of LGBTI students | Global Education Monitoring Report Skip to main content Building peace in the minds of men and women English Français Español Русский العربية 中文 About us About Team Contact Advisory Board Funders Evaluations Opportunities Fellowship Reports Publications Multimedia Videos Infographics Outreach Campaigns News alert Press Events SDG 4 Blogs Search Search Don’t Look Away: No place for exclusion of LGBTI students BACK TO PUBLICATIONS 2021 Don’t Look Away: No place for exclusion of LGBTI students Overview In working towards creating inclusive education systems, many countries have failed to address discrimination and exclusion on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression and variations of sex characteristics. This is despite the fact that, as new data from Europe show, 54% of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex youth surveyed had experienced bullying in school and 83% had witnessed some type of negative remarks addressed to someone else based on their sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression or variations of sex characteristics. In many other parts of the world, conditions do not even allow such data to be collected.
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Score: 909284.2 - https://en.unesco.org/gem-report/LGBTIdontlookaway
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Decision on Prosecution request for variation of Decision on matters related to Defence challenges under Article 69(7) of the Statute | International Criminal Court Aller au contenu principal Trying individuals for genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity, and aggression EN FR Main navigation Accueil À propos La Cour Organisation La Présidence Les Chambres Le Bureau du Procureur La Défense Les victimes Les témoins Le Greffe Les États parties La coopération La sensibilisation Le Fonds au profit des victimes Bureau du Procureur Situations et affaires Les affaires Les défendants Enquêtes Ouganda République démocratique du Congo Darfour, Soudan République centrafricaine Kenya Libye Côte d'Ivoire Mali République centrafricaine II Géorgie Burundi Bangladesh/Myanmar Afghanistan État de Palestine Philippines Vénézuela I Ukraine Examens préliminaires Nigéria Vénézuela II ... ... Nouvelles Documents Documents publics ​Documents publics​ et transcriptions Jugements, Arrêts, décisions et ordonnances Questions hors situations Textes juridiques fondamentaux Rapports Fiches d'information Journal officiel Textes administratifs Bibliothèque des ressources Bibliothèque Outils juridques Informations pratiques Calendrier des audiences Nous contacter Visiter la Cour Fournisseurs S’impliquer #LaJusticeCompte #1MondePlusJuste #AccèsÀLaJustice #ODD16 Partager des récits Ressources Diplomates Universitaires at chercheurs Juristes et conseils Médias La société civile Enseignants et élèves du niveau secondaire Postes vacants Recherche Fil d'Ariane Home Court Record Icc 01 12 01 Decision on Prosecution request for variation of Decision on matters related to Defence challenges under Article 69(7) of the Statute Decision on Prosecution request for variation of Decision on matters related to Defence challenges under Article 69(7) of the Statute ICC-01/12-01/18-1160 24 novembre 2020 | Chambre de première instance X | Décision Affaire: Le Procureur c. (...) Signaler une erreur Social Media Links Twitter Facebook Instagram Youtube Flickr Tumblr À propos La Cour Comment fonctionne la Cour Organisation États parties La coopération Sensibilisation Le Fonds au profit des victimes Situations et affaires Affaires Défendants Enquêtes Examens préliminaires Documents Textes juridiques fondamentaux Rapports Fiches d'information Journal Officiel Textes Administratifs Bibliothèque des ressources Bibliothèque Tous les enregistrements Arrêts, décision et ordonnance Informations pratiques Postes vacant Calendrier des audiences Nous contacter Visiter la Cour Fournisseurs S’impliquer Footer menu Conditions d'utilisation Confidentialité de l'information
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Score: 907860.7 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/fr/court-record/icc-01/12-01/18-1160
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Request for a variation of time limit to submit the Defence response to “Registry’s observations, pursuant to the Single Judge’s ‘Order for preliminary informationon reparations’ of 25 July 2019, ICC-01/04-02/06-2366” | International Criminal Court Skip to main content Trying individuals for genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity, and aggression EN FR Main navigation Home About The Court Organization Presidency Judicial Divisions Office of the Prosecutor Defence Victims Witnesses Registry State Parties Cooperation Outreach Trust Fund for Victims Office of the Prosecutor Situations and Cases Cases Defendants Investigations Uganda Democratic Republic of the Congo Darfur, Sudan Central Afican Republic Kenya Libya Côte d'Ivoire Mali Central African Republic II Georgia Burundi Bangladesh/Myanmar Afghanistan State of Palestine Republic of the Philippines Venezuela I Ukraine Preliminary Examinations Nigeria Venezuela II ... ⋯ News Documents Court Records All Records Judgments, Decisions and Orders Matter Outside Situations Core Legal Texts Reports Factsheets Official Journal Administrative Issuances Resource Library Library Legal Tools Practical Information Court Calendar Contact Us Visit Us Vendors Get Involved #JusticeMatters #MoreJustWorld #AccessToJustice #SDG16 Share Stories Resources For Academics and Researches Diplomats Legal professionals Media NGOs Teachers and high school students Vacancies Search Breadcrumb Home Court Record Icc 01 04 02 Request for a variation of time limit to submit the Defence response to “Registry’s observations, pursuant to the Single Judge’s ‘Order for preliminary informationon reparations’ of 25 July 2019, ICC-01/04-02/06-2366” Request for a variation of time limit to submit the Defence response to “Registry’s observations, pursuant to the Single Judge’s ‘Order for preliminary informationon reparations’ of 25 July 2019, ICC-01/04-02/06-2366” ICC-01/04-02/06-2411 18 September 2019 | Defence | Request Case: The Prosecutor v. (...) Report an error Social Media Links Twitter Facebook Instagram Youtube Flickr Tumblr About The Court How the Court works Organization State Parties Cooperation Outreach Trust Fund for Victims Situations and Cases Cases Defendants Investigations Preliminary examinations Documents Core Legal Texts Reports Factsheets Official Journal Administrative Issuances Resource Library Library All records Judgments, Decisions and Orders Practical information Vacancies Court calendar Contact us Visit us Vendors Get Involved Footer menu Terms and conditions of use Privacy Policy
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Score: 907860.7 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/court-record/icc-01/04-02/06-2411
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